SIGNED magazine #29

38 public domain archives and then runs them by the machine learning system GAN (Generative Adversarial Network) to create new morphed images extremely similar to the originals. The interpretation of the learned data aims to create a new system of relationships between colours, shapes, details, and textures that are new and independent from the previous ones, letting the possibility of new species, classes, and morphologies emerge. "Grove" is a gathering place that paints the creators' vision for an inclusive, open building, which answers the question of the interdependence and symbiosis of human and technology. Exhibited at Venice Biennale in 2021, the visual projection and audio environment is the work of the Living Architecture Systems Group, led by 1. "Artificial Botany" by fuse* Italy is an ongoing project that explores the expressive capacity of botanical illustrations through the use of machine learning algorithms. 《人工植物學》是意大利藝術家 fuse*的作品。項目持續進行,透 過機器學習的演算法,探索植物學 插圖的潛在表達能力。 2. "F10ra 0" by Ellen Pau is a musical adaptation of the DNA of Bauhinia Blakeana. 鮑藹倫的《靈基因》以紫荊花的基 因轉化成的聲音為主軸。 3. "Sensing Streams 2022 – invisible, inaudible" by renowned Japanese music legend Ryuichi Sakamoto and media artist Daito Manabe. 《感應流2022‧不可視‧不可 聽》由著名日本音樂傳奇人物坂本 龍一和媒體藝術家真鍋 大度設計。 4. "Grove" offers a vision of the world transformed into a gathering place for plants, animals, and inert matter alike. The pool-shaped screen at the centre of the installation produces an intense experience of innumerable worlds falling into chaos and rising again in new life. 《樹叢》建構了改革世界的願景, 在未來的建築道路上找尋與植物、 動物、惰性物質共生共活的理念。 裝置中心的池形屏幕營造出感受強 烈的體驗,猶如無數世界陷入混雜 無章,轉眼間新生命再度躍起。 The wavelength frequency can be changed with a controller to manipulate various simultaneously existing, perpetually changing electromagnetic waves. This work presents the flow of a multitude of electromagnetic waves, a phenomenon that usually goes unnoticed. Through this installation, viewers can see how smartphones, radios and other devices brought into the venue affect the data collected by the setup. What if humans co-create with machines? "Artificial Botany" is set to answer this pressing question. Before the invention of photography, physicists, pharmacists, and botanical scientists could only rely on botanical illustrations for identification, analysis, and classification. "Artificial Botany" collects botanical illustrations from 1 2 3